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, January 1993 Issue
The Reason Foundation
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by Virginia I. Postrel,, p. 4 -
Reagan's Fourth Term
by Rick Henderson,, p. 5 -
, pp. 6-15 -
A Crazy Man's Utopia
by Todd Seavey, pp. 16-17 -
Capitalist Running Duck
The Medicare Monster
by Steven Hayward and Erik Peterson, pp. 18-25 -
A Cautionary Tale
Reaping the Whirlwind
by Glenn Garvin, pp. 26-31 -
Hurricane Andrew was a Godsend for Politicians. The Last Thing They Want is a Pr...
No Pain, No Gain?
by Charles Oliver, pp. 32-37 -
Why Worker's Comp is Out of Control
by Brian Doherty, pp. 38-40 -
The Decay of Democracy
by Jonathan Marshall, pp. 41-43 -
Services for Sale
by Jonathan Karl, pp. 44-46 -
The Fossil Gestapo
by Martin Morse Wooster, pp. 47-49 -
The Post-Soviet Sphere
The Book Case
by Cathy Young, pp. 50-51 -
Sex, Art, and American Culture
by Camille Paglia
Giants and Pygmies
by Paul H. Weaver, pp. 52-53 -
Capitalist Fools, by Nicholas von Hoffman
by Nicholas von Hoffman
A Little Science
by Jonathan Rauch, pp. 54-55 -
From Eros to Gaia, by Freeman Dyson
From Eros to Gaia
by Freeman Dyson
Choices, Public and Private
by David R. Henderson, pp. 56-57 -
Better Than Plowing and Other Personal Essays, by James M. Buchanan
Better Than Plowing and Other Personal Essays
by James M. Buchanan
by Thomas W. Hazlett, pp. 58-60 -
Out of the Bush
by Ron Derhacopian, -
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